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February 24, 2013
Please accept our hearfelt condolences. May all the beautiful memories comfort your entire family during this difficult time.
February 22, 2013
To the Roybal Family, sorry for your loss, but we know Steve is celebrating with the Lord. The Pecos has lost another great cowboy. Steve, thank you for the example you set as a real man.
from the McSweeney's, Los Pinos Ranch
February 22, 2013
Dear Mary, Steven, Julie, Eric, and family – You've lost a beloved husband and father. Thank you for sharing him with
us. To me, Steve was all man and gentleman, legendary in his way, a gifted and generous story-teller, a reader of messages from the skies and of footprints on mountain paths, tipping his hat to the ladies and keeping his own counsel, charming all with his broad smile and twinkling eyes. Intimidating at times, impatient with dillydallying, with shoddiness, he did fine work, always turned out like an elegant cowboy, taking pleasure and pride in any and all tasks. He was a craftsman, creating lovely pieces of furniture in later years, aging gracefully. To John, he was, from childhood, a beloved uncle and teacher, a role model of faithful manhood. Strength without, a big heart within—an inspiration and ever a trusted and admired friend. To Julia, he was a handsome man whose strong arms lifted her onto ranch horses and taught her to love riding. The memory of his graciousness and warmth lives on in our friends and family, whose thoughts of the grandeur of Pecos will always be marked by images of Steve Royal. Much love .... and always, abrazos.

Kathy, John, and Julia Friedman
Sharon, Connecticut
February 22, 2013
May God bring you all peace and comfort during this difficult time.
February 22, 2013
Dear Mary, Steven, Julie, Eric, and family – You've lost a beloved husband and father. Thank you for sharing him with
us. To me, Steve was all man and gentleman, legendary in his way, a gifted and generous story-teller, a reader of messages from the skies and of footprints on mountain paths, tipping his hat to the ladies and keeping his own counsel, charming all with his broad smile and twinkling eyes. Intimidating at times, impatient with dillydallying, with shoddiness, he did fine work, always turned out like an elegant cowboy, taking pleasure and pride in any and all tasks. He was a craftsman, creating lovely pieces of furniture in later years, aging gracefully. To John, he was, from childhood, a beloved uncle and teacher, a role model of faithful manhood. Strength without, a big heart within—an inspiration and ever a trusted and admired friend. To Julia, he was a handsome man whose strong arms lifted her onto ranch horses and taught her to love riding. The memory of his graciousness and warmth lives on in our friends and family, whose thoughts of the grandeur of Pecos will always be marked by images of Steve Royal. Much love .... and always, abrazos.

Kathy, John, and Julia Friedman
Sharon, Connecticut

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